‘Size Seven’ published at Spillwords Press!

I smile to share that my poem, Size Seven, has been published over at Spillwords Press!

As its name suggests, Spillwords Press is a place for writers to thrive and words to flow into the centers of our fragile beings, where truth hides in feelings we may not know we have.

When I come away from reading a piece, if I feel a flicker of sadness or even a flash of anger, I know that what I just read was well-written, even if I did not agree with its content. Perhaps I find a parallel between my life and the story the writer is sharing or maybe I learn something new.

My passion as a writer is to catch feelings. Not capture them, since emotions cannot be caged, but to write feeling into words so that stories and memories and life may be remembered through words.

Writing Size Seven, I realized not all words fit one piece; when catching emotions, words have to click into place. For one poem, overwhelmingย is the word I need, for this poem insurmountable.ย 

It is an insurmountable feeling

To be left alone

At the edge of Devonshire with the . . .ย please continue reading here and share your beautiful thoughts!

 

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash

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  1. Awwww, Congratulations on getting your poem published. Not everyone get to achieve this and Iโ€™m proud that you did. Your writings are filled with emotions that makes people connect with it.

    Must be nice living in the mountains, the serenity, beautiful flowers, nature brings peace of mind. Iโ€™m looking forward to your next post โค๏ธ

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  2. Absolutely beautiful and stunning. Especially love the descriptions; they are so enthralling. Congrats on the publication! It is very well-written and I enjoyed reading it. Keep on writing your beautiful words.

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  3. Congratulations on getting another poem published!! I love the vibe of this one- you have a talent with writing poems that allows people to easily connect with it. The last thing we want is to really think about what the writer is trying to say. You hit the nail with that one!! Looking forward to your next published work ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Nancy โ™ฅ exquisitely.me

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  4. Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰, yes living on a mountain is beautiful the trees are almost all green now and all the wild flowers are budding here. I too live on a mountain in Tennessee hill country.

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